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Posts Tagged ‘indonesia’

Raditya Jati

Posted May 4th, 2011

Raditya Jati

“At first, I realize that I loved cycling since I was in junior high school. The passion started again in mid 2008. In my experience of cycling, I think I like touring better than any other kind of cycling, such as downhill or cross-country.”

“I guess that there are some kinds of touring. The most I like and usually do is a daytrip. I call it ‘A day on a bicycle’. I like to travel by bike because I can feel what God has created, the environment we live in, the air, the nature around us, and not forget the view along the road.”

“Besides that, I think that travelling by bicycle is cheaper than by motorcycle, in a same distance. Cycling is also mean care for the nature: no pollution by cycling. Go Green, my friends!!”

To know more about Raditya’s day trips, see his blog: http://denmasbrindhil.wordpress.com

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Kendon Glass

Posted March 7th, 2010

Everest

Kendon Glass is the man behind the Brink Expedition – a multi-year journey around the world. In 2009 he cycled through Indonesia. From there, he’s covering Australia, New Zealand, Patagonia and possibly riding as far north as Alaska. This picture of Kendon and his bicycle was taken at Mount Everest.

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Grace & Paul

Posted January 29th, 2010

Grace_Johnson_Paul_Jeurissen

Grace and Paul first met in 1981, on a bicycle trip across the United States. Since then they have travelled the world together by bicycle, always taking their camera along to capture images of the places they visit.  America, India, Nepal and Indonesia are countries you can see through their eyes, on their site Impressions From Bicycle Travels.

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